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Subject: Re: Capturing System Calls
From: Steve Mosher (goatSTYLISHPANTS.ORG)
Date: Thu Jun 22 2000 - 12:12:29 CDT


        Yep. 'strace' is quite standard with Linux at least. You can use
it to start the process, or you can sick it on a currently running process
if you like (with -p <pid>). Quite nice... quite invaluable. You can't
modify the calls though...

On Thu, 22 Jun 2000, Green Charles Contr AFRL/IFGB wrote:
> On UNIX Systems, (FreeBSD, Linux, Solaris) is there a way to capture/modify
> system calls calls from an application with out modifying the kernel (or
> using kernel modules) - preferably in userspace? The reason I ask is that a
> group of us are being asked to evaluate a piece of software for my company
> but they've put some heavy restrictions on how we do it. One of the
> restriction is that we're not allowed to modify the kernel.

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